NZXT Phantom Black E-ATX Full Tower Case ReviewFri, Oct 01, 2010 - 12:00 AM
NZXT Phantom Full Tower Packaging
I truly felt sorry for the delivery guy that had to lug this package up to my door. I wondered why he was holding his back as he ran away crying. This is one big box. As we can see here the box that the
Phantom comes in is adorned with a picture of the white version of the case on a mostly black background and the back of the box contains more pictures and text regarding the features of the case.
As is the case with almost all packaging for PC cases this one is too covered in a plastic bag and neatly placed between two protective foam end pieces. NZXT employed the use of a thin sticky protective film to help protect the high gloss plastic parts from scratches and dulling.
I am happy to announce that our NZXT Phantom arrived unharmed and in great condition. Unfortunately, I cannot say the same for the delivery guy.
When it comes to the hardware bundle that NZXT provides for the Phantom, they seem to have thought of everything. There are screws for just about every application from mounting the motherboard to
installing fans. They have even gone as far as including radiator mounting clips for water cooling systems. I mean come on, who else does that? And, as is the custom, the NZXT Phantom also comes with a full
set of installation instructions that shows you where and what to use the vast array of screws and mounts on. A special touch that I would like to point out is that the majority of the included hardware is
coated black so that it matches the rest of the case and doesn’t stand out.